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"Monthly Movie Night"
hosted by Paula Hallowell

Paula is your Movie Night Maestro!

Admission is "two-bits" & hot popcorn is FREE!

Wednesday
Jul012015

Thursday, July 9

6:30pm

Hosted by Paula Hallowell  (please RSVP by emailing Paula by Tuesday, July 7)

“The Secret of Roan Inish”
1993 PG 102 minutes

When 10-year-old Fiona (Jeni Courtney) learns how her ancestors came to leave the island of the seals, Roan Inish, she discovers there may be magic afoot in her family tree, in writer-director John Sayles' (Limbo, Lone Star) fable for all ages.

This Celtic fairy tale -- about folkloric, aquatic creatures that are half human and half seal -- includes breathtaking images of Ireland's coastline.

Friday
May012015

Tuesday, May 12

6:30pm

Hosted by Paula Hallowell

“The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T”

1953, Rated G, 92 minutes

Bart has only one enemy in the world: his piano teacher Dr. Terwilliker.  Fantastic sets, screenplay, and even song lyrics were provided by Dr. Seuss.

Wednesday
Apr012015

Friday, April 17 at 6:30pm
Hosted by Paula Hallowell

 

“Cactus Flower”

Rated “PG” 103 minutes

Cactus Flower is a 1969 comedy film directed by Gene Saks and starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman, and Goldie Hawn, who won an Oscar for her performance.

The chemistry works; the movie is better than the play!

Sunday
Mar012015

Movie Night
Friday, March 6
6:30pm
Hosted by Paula Hallowell

“How Green Was My Valley”
1941 NR 118 minutes

Recounted via the memories of the Morgan family's youngest son (Roddy McDowall), director John Ford's gentle masterpiece (which won five Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director) chronicles 50 years in the lives of a clan of Welsh coal miners. As the years pass, the Morgans try to survive unionization, a lengthy strike and a mining accident; meanwhile, their hometown and its venerable traditions slowly disintegrate. Cast: Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara, Roddy McDowall.

Sunday
Feb012015

Friday, February 6

"The Princess Bride "
1987 PG 98 minutes

Blending comedy, adventure, romance and fantasy, this cult classic follows peasant farmhand Westley as he battles three bumbling outlaws and a nefarious prince to win the hand of his one true love, a young woman named Buttercup.   Cast: Cary Elwes, Mandy Patinkin, Robin Wright, Chris Sarandon, Wallace Shawn, André the Giant, Fred Savage, Peter Falk, Peter Cook, Mel Smith, Carol Kane, Billy Crystal.

In March (date tba)

"How Green Was My Valley "
1941 NR 118 minutes

Recounted via the memories of the Morgan family's youngest son (Roddy McDowall), director John Ford's gentle masterpiece (which won five Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director) chronicles 50 years in the lives of a clan of Welsh coal miners. As the years pass, the Morgans try to survive unionization, a lengthy strike and a mining accident; meanwhile, their hometown and its venerable traditions slowly disintegrate. Cast: Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara, Roddy McDowall.

In April (date tba)

"Cactus Flower "
1969 PG 103 minutes

Commitment-phobic Julian Winston (Walter Matthau) has been able to keep his girlfriend, Toni (Goldie Hawn), at bay by pretending to be stuck in a loveless marriage. But when Toni insists on meeting his missus, Julian's forced to recruit his assistant (Ingrid Bergman) to pose as his wife. Based on the play by Jean-Pierre Grédy, this lighthearted 1960s-era comedy is directed by filmmaker Gene Saks.